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Leeds Times

Leeds Times Yorkshire, England

25 Jan 1890

Sir Kitson Bart., Mr. aud Mrs. Joseph Lupton, Mrs. Francis Lupton, Mr. and Mrs. John. Lupton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lupton, L>r. ftchucck (Manchester), Mr. and

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

26 Nov 1901

MR. AND MRS. GLADSTONE. HEARTY WELCOME TO LEEDS. PLEASANT FUNCTION AT THE ALBERT HALL. It would not be easy to say who most enjoyed last night’s function in the Albert Hall —Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gladstone on the one hand, or the crowded, merry, gener

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Leeds Times

Leeds Times Yorkshire, England

8 May 1880

than Mr. Herbert Gladstone, the Leeds Liberals were ready and eager to hear him. (Cheers.) Mr. Kitson then introduced Mr. Herbert Gladstone to the meeting. Mr. Herbert Gladstone, who was received with enthusiastic and prolonged cheering, said:—Mr. Chairman

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

3 May 1880

er) -well, let them laugh them down. (Cheers.) Mr. Kitson then introduced Mr. Herbert Gladstone to the meeting. Mr. HEsEaxaT GLADsToNE, vwho was received with enthusiastic and prolonged cheering, said-Mr. Chairman, and ladies and gentlemen, I need not

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Eastern Evening News

Eastern Evening News Norfolk, England

2 Feb 1886

the early arrivals were Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gladstone, Mr. and Mrs. Childers, the Earl and Countess of Aberdeen, the Earl of Bosebery, Sir Henry James, Mr. Herbert Gladstone, Mr: Shaw Lefevre, Mr. Talbot, Sir Charles Foster, and Mr. Balfour. The ladies were

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

3 Feb 1887

stir James Kitson, and on his left Mr. Barran, M P par Thers were also present Mr. L. Gane, M.P., Mr. wit Senoldhorst, Mi'. J- S. kathers, Mr- T. Wemaysts pec ~,tMr. Grosveora Talbot, Mr. 3. W. Willans Valr Ta'lblot Baines, Mr. Albert Kitson, Mr. 3. M. Faw

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St James's Gazette

St James's Gazette London, England

18 Apr 1891

ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE. MR. GLADSTONE ON ANONYMOUS ARTICLES. A Reuter telegram from Naples says that the CorrUre di Napoli yesterday published letter from Mr. Gladstone to Signor Schilizzi, the proprietor of the paper, dated the 13th inst, iu which the right

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Leeds Times

Leeds Times Yorkshire, England

5 Feb 1887

ladies:—Miss Emily Kitson, Mrs. Fred. Kitson, Mrs. G. Talbot, the Misses Talbot, Mrs. J. w! Baines, Miss Baines, Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Crossley, Mrs' North, Mrs. Scarr, Mrs. Ambler, Mrs. Kirk. Mrs Rd Ward, View article

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Leeds Intelligencer

Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

1 Mar 1845

Viscount Emlyn, the Hon. William and Lady Caroline Lascelles and Miss Lascelles, Lord and Lady Wharncliffe, the Hon. Mr. Talbot, Mr. E. Lascelles, Mr. G. Repton, Sir John and Lady Anne Beckett, and a select party, at dinner at Montagu House. The Duchess afterwards

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

27 Jul 1889

with greeting Mr and Mrs Gladstone in the vestibule as entered, or some of the otherrooms when they afterwards made a tour of the premises. The reception accorded to Mr and Mrs Gladstone was of the most cordial character. Mrs Gladstone, who entered the

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

15 Sep 1897

M Lupton, Mr. Basil Lupton. tlie Misses Lupton, Mr. Sydney Lupton, Mr. Wiliam Lupton, Mr. and Mrs, Hugh Luptou, Mr. Ai*a Lupton, Mr. Cecil Lupion, Mis* fliid* Luplon, View article

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

19 Oct 1887

MR GLADSTONE ON THE IRISE QUESTION. IMPORTANT SPEECH AT THE d NATIONAL LIBERAL FEDERATION. re: Wi Mr Gladstone was present yesterday afternoon at lo( the annual meeting of the National Liberal Fedea- th tion, held at the Albert Hall, Nottingham, and

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

19 Oct 1887

amongst those present wen Mr Byron Reed, M.P., Sir E. Clarke, »M.P., th Marquis of Carmarthen. M.P., Mr Walter Morrison M.P., Mr Howard Vincent, M.P., &c. The Chairman having made few introductor remarks Mr Hoffman* moved, and Mr Byron Reed, M.P. seconded

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Leeds Times

Leeds Times Yorkshire, England

11 Oct 1851

o P e ot tbe foremen at Messrs. Kitson and Cos. Mr'bout • g about Dakiu on that day. but told Mr. Sr'termo 0,111 , ou Friday. Told Masterman about Dakin, N e-Uuei Mr Kitson. Had spoken to Mr. Kitson V'* Q Mr. Kitsou asked him the reason for

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Morning Post

Morning Post London, England

1 Oct 1875

and Mr.. I Stuait, Hon. George S. Douglas Pennant, Mr. and I Hon. Mrs. Ferrand, Mr. Talbot, M.P., the Rev. Edward | Stuart Talbot (warden of Keble College), Mr. Shaw Stewart, Mr. Manners Sutton, Mr. Herbert Gladstone. Captain Lascelles, the Rev. Mr. Wickham

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

6 Feb 1886

Clarke, Mra. Gladstone, who wore a bine velvet dress witH bonnet to match. Miss Gladstone, Mr. W. H. Gladstone, M.P., and the Hon. Mr. Gladstone, Mr. Herbert Gladatone, M.P., Lord and Lady Lyttelton, Lady Sarah Spencer, tbe Marquis of Hartington, Mr. and Miss

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Bristol Mercury

Bristol Mercury Bristol, England

3 Feb 1886

cross, Mr and Mrs Gladstone'; antique I cket. Mr Pike; smelling bottles, Mr Arinold Morley, M.P. ?? silver paper knife. Mr and Miss Gladstone; 1 ainted fan. Lady Thurlew ; Bunsen lamp, Mr and Lady Mary Glyn ; silver lamp, Right Hon. G. J. and Mrs Goselen

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Morning Post

Morning Post London, England

20 Jun 1900

Rev. the Hon. Albert Lyttelton, Sir Regi- nald Hardy, Mra. Harry Drew, Mrs. Wickham, Miss Helen Gladstone, the Hon. Mrs. W. H. Gladstone, Mrs. S. E. Gladstone, the Hon. Mr.. 11. N. Gladstone, Miss Evelyn Gladstone, Miss Con. i.-vice Gladstone, Miss Catherine

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Morning Post

Morning Post London, England

21 Feb 1898

MR. GLADSTONE'S HEALTH. The improvement noticed in the condition of Mr. Glad- stone when he arrived in London on Friday evening has been well maintained. Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone will pro- bably leave for Bournemouth to-morrow. There have been a large number

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

19 Sep 1868

Aug. 10, at Poplar Villa, Hallow, the wife of Mr. Francis Griffiths, a son. Kitsos.— Sept. 17. at 51, Broad-street, in this city, the wife of Edward John Kitson, a daughter. Scott.— Sept. 17, the wife of Mr. Joseph Scott, Bath-road, in this city, a son

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